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  • Jim Shea: Winter Was Bitter And So Are We

    I think I can speak on behalf of all Connecticut residents when I say welcome back to our flock of returning snow birds. And to ease any fears you may have, we are not bitter. Chances are if the circumstances were right, we too would have flown the coop...
  • State Police Spokesman Chases Down Two Accused Of Trying To Break Into His Police Car

    State Police Spokesman Chases Down Two Accused Of Trying To Break Into His Police Car
    WATERBURY — Although he's been driving a desk for years as spokesman for the state police, Lt. J. Paul Vance is still a cop, and early Thursday he found himself collaring two alleged burglars. Reached Thursday afternoon, Vance downplayed the...
  • Gerald A. Lamb Was A Barrier-Breaker

    Gerald A. Lamb, who died recently at 89, is in the history books as the first African American in the nation to be elected to the position of state treasurer. He was elected Connecticut's treasurer twice, serving from 1963 to 1970. He also was the first...
  • Minimum Wage Boost Wins Senate And House Approval

    Minimum Wage Boost Wins Senate And House Approval
    HARTFORD — The state's minimum wage will increase to $10.10 per hour by 2017 under a controversial bill approved Wednesday by both the state Senate and the House of Representatives on largely party line votes. The Senate passed the measure by 21...
  • Southern Loses In Div. II Elite Eight

    The best season in Southern Connecticut State University men's basketball history ended in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight with a 98-88 loss to Central Missouri Wednesday in Evansville, Ind. Michael Mallory of Waterbury, one of four players to score...
  • Canton's Mary Jane Senechal, Longtime Chemist, Dies At 66

    CANTON — Mary Jane Senechal, a chemist and quality manager at Habisat America, died Feb. 16. She was 66. Senechal was born in Hartford and lived in many places around Connecticut.. Her husband, Richard, said every time they went for a drive he...
  • Common Core Task Force Meets For First Time

    Common Core Task Force Meets For First Time
    MIDDLETOWN — The governor-appointed panel tasked with developing recommendations on how best to implement the Common Core education standards met for the first time Tuesday, with committee members declaring their support for and offering...
  • Boys Basketball: JCC Schoolboy Classic Rosters Set For April 13

    The boys roster for the JCC Schoolboy Classic April 13 at the New Haven Jewish Community Center is: Paschal Chukwu, Fairfield Prep; Alex Wolf, Greenwich; Andre Frederick, Hand-Madison; Obi Momah, Farmington; Chris Lowry, Woodsotck Academy; Isaac Vann,...
  • Access Health CT Intensifies Enrollment Efforts In Final Week

    Connecticut's public health exchange is intensifying its efforts to sign up people for insurance before the March 31 deadline. Access Health CT, the exchange, is partnering with nine Federally Qualified Health Centers in Bridgeport, East Hartford,...
  • Pay For Webster Financial CEO Totals $2.4 Million In 2013

    The chief executive of Waterbury-based Webster Financial Corp. earned a pay package of $2.4 million in 2013 but saw a sharp decline in a cash bonus tied to the bank's financial performance, a shareholder proxy filed Friday shows. Chairman and Chief...
  • Affidavit: Suspect In Southington Shooting 'Didn't Mean To Hurt Anyone'

    SOUTHINGTON — A 31-year-old New Britain man suspected in a shooting on Center Street over the weekend told police he fired a single round to disperse a crowd that had surrounded him and his cousin during a fight, court documents say. Jesus...
  • Committee OKs Minimum Wage Hike; Vote Possible Wednesday

    HARTFORD — The legislature's budget committee voted Monday to support Gov. Dannel Malloy's plan to raise the state's minimum wage to $10.10 per hour by 2017, despite continuing clashes between the two political parties over the issue. Barring any...